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I just added a wireless Epson printer to my home network. I have it connected wireless only to my router. My desktop see it and I have it install as a network printer. This prints just fine from local apps. I have it setup as a Google Cloud Printer for all users on the desktop and all user can print without any trouble.

However, the Chromebook will see that Cloud Printer installed, but it thinks it's offline. It won't print at all. It won't do anything. I can't get it online.

Any ideas?
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Thanks, Keith. That's exactly what I did.
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"The Night the Wind Blew all the Autumn Leaves Off the Trees". Acrylic base with Pastels on top. 8x16" on hard board. This is not my typical style. I don't like "scribble" abstract art and normally do much brighter work. However, as it developed this piece the idea of leaves being blown around by the wind demanded this kind of impressionistic abstract.

This really is mixed media. Yeah, you don't see much of the acrylic underneath but some of it is showing through the pastels.
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I'm honored to be put into the same discussion with Jackson Pollock, but certainly wouldn't go that far myself. I hadn't thought of it before, but I see a hint of that style here. However, I have seen Pollock's work in person and it has something that my art certainly doesn't have. Thanks anyway.
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Does anyone know of a widget that will log off? In openSUSE we had that logoff widget and clicking the red background icon logged off. The same icon in Netrunner shuts down the computer.

OK, it IS the shutdown symbol and that's what it should do. However the settings for this widget don't have the options for logoff - the down arrow icon.

My wife has been merrily clicking shutdown and I've been worried my computer is starting to die because it just seems to turn itself off. I'm relieved to see that it isn't and my wife can be retrained, but it would be nice to have this option in the widget.
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Boy this is a tough one. I'm running out of ideas. Only other thing I can think of trying would be deleting the cache files. That should be done outside of KDE/Plasma, otherwise they just get re-written with what's in memory. You'll need to logout (or reboot) and when you get to the login screen, switch to a console, CTRL+ALT+F3 is what I generally use.

In /var/tmp of the root filesystem there's a file called 'kdecache-username' where 'username' is the user's name, like mine would be 'kdecache-rob'. That folder can be deleted, KDE will just rebuild it when you next log in from the user's settings. Also in /tmp of the root filesystem there's two more folders with the user's name, they both can be deleted too.

When you log in again, KDE/Plasma will take a little longer to start, it's has to read everything from the config files instead of the cache, and rebuild the cache. When you change settings it's supposed to update the cache, but that doesn't always happen. It won't hurt anything to delete the caches, and if they are the problem the logout should then work.

If it still doesn't, I'm afraid I'm not familiar with your distro, so to suggest anything further could just make things worse +Clyde Davidson. At that point I'd suggest jumping on your distro's forums and see if anyone there has an answer. If not, file a bug.
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Does anyone know of a widget that will log off? In openSUSE we had that logoff widget and clicking the red background icon logged off. The same icon in Netrunner shuts down the computer.

OK, it IS the shutdown symbol and that's what it should do. However the settings for this widget don't have the options for logoff - the down arrow icon.

My wife has been merrily clicking shutdown and I've been worried my computer is starting to die because it just seems to turn itself off. I'm relieved to see that it isn't and my wife can be retrained, but it would be nice to have this option in the widget.
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Goodbye. It's been mildly entertaining here, but too much religion bashing. OK, I'm no fan of religions of any kind. I've been an atheist a long time. Long enough that I no longer define my atheism in opposition to religions. I'm also not trying to change religions or religious people. I just want them to leave me alone and I'll leave them alone.

Therefore, a community that seems to me to define it's atheism as opposition to religions is not one that feeds me. I don't think I have much to feed it either.

Thanks and may dog bless you all.
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+Dean Waller he is a troll or angry theist perhaps. He does not have much of an open mind or one looking to critical thought much it seems.
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In his 20s, Michael Walker worked as a jewelrymaker. But one day his wife gave him a copy of American Blade, a magazine for knife collectors. Walker looked through the pages and figured he'd give knifemaking a try. That was way back in 1975, and by 1980 he was making knives full-time. His highly-sought-after creations sell for as much as five figures. And they're not just pretty: Walker holds some 20 patents and trademarks for folding knife mecha...
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Wow, are really wonderful photos of beauty folding knives
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Netrunner/Manjaro doesn't seem to update very often. Not that I need a updated Kernel, but 3.14 on Netrunner when my openSUSE Thumbweed (on laptop) is 3.17 seems a little out of date.
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No Problem.
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"Study in Cyan and Burgundy". Acrylic on 8x16" hardboard. It really is playing around for something bigger I'm planning.
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can´t wait to see what it is going to end...
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Art Is Happening Now!  - 
 
"The Night the Wind Blew all the Autumn Leaves Off the Trees". Acrylic base with Pastels on top. 8x16" on hard board. This is not my typical style. I don't like "scribble" abstract art and normally do much brighter work. However, as it developed this piece the idea of leaves being blown around by the wind demanded this kind of impressionistic abstract.
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Thanks, Kay.
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